Rhinoplasty - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780323697750

Rhinoplasty

1st Edition

a Case-based approach

Authors: Husain Khan Foad Nahai James Frame Shahrokh Bagheri Behnam Bohluli
Hardcover ISBN: 9780323697750
Imprint: Elsevier
Published Date: 15th October 2021
Page Count: 624
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A valuable resource for cosmetic and reconstructive surgeons at all levels of training and expertise, Rhinoplasty: A Case-Based Approach offers systematic, expert coverage of both common and complex rhinoplasty procedures performed in today’s practice. Each chapter offers a carefully written teaching case that outlines essential information related to fundamental aspects of the condition—all from the world’s leading experts in rhinoplasty and aesthetic surgery. Numerous high-quality illustrations and procedural videos help you master the techniques that lead to optimal outcomes and increased patient satisfaction.

Table of Contents

1 Ethnicity, Race and Culture: its Influence on Rhinoplasty
2 Nasal Anatomy
3 The Initial Exam
4 Photography in Rhinoplasty
5 Three-Dimensional Imaging In Rhinoplasty
6 Conservative/Simple Septoplasty
7 Advanced Septoplasty: correction of caudal septal deflection
8 Advanced Septoplasty: correction of dorsal deflections
9 Advanced Septoplasty: Extracorporeal Septoplasty - Septal Reconstruction
9 Bone reshaping with ultrasonic septoplasty
10 Medical Management of Turbinate Hypertrophy
11 Functional Turbinoplasty
12 Turbinate Reduction Techniques in Rhinoplasty
13 Septal Graft: preparation of crushed cartilage
14 Septal Graft: graft harvesting technique
15 Conchal Cartilage Harvest (anterior approach)
16 Conchal Cartilage Harvest (postauricular approach)
17 Technique for Harvesting Deep Temporal Fascia
18 Temporalis fascia: neck hairline incision
19 Costal Cartilage Harvest
20 Costal Graft harvest (piezosurgery approach)
20 Composite Hump Resection
21 Component Hump Reduction with midvault reconstruction
22 Component Hump Resection with Placement of Spreader Grafts
23 Dorsal Hump Reduction with Simple Suturing
24 Dorsal hump excess deformity in compromised internal valve
25 Nasal Radix Augmentation with Crushed Cartilage
26 Part II Nasal Radix Augmentation
26 Nasal Radix Augmentation with Temporalis/Mastoid Fascia Harvested through Post-Auricular Approach
27 Dorsal Nasal Augmentation With Fascia Overlying Crushed Cartilage (Sandwich Technique)
28 Internal Lateral and Medial Osteotomy
29 External Percutaneous Lateral and Transverse Osteotomies
30 Advances in Rhinoplasty: Piezoelectric Nasal Osteotomy
31 Suture Tip Rhinoplasty
32 Boxy Tip: combination of techniques
33 Tip Grafting
33 Part I Tip Refining
34 Bulbous Tip: combination of techniques
34 Lateral Crural Overlay
35 Medial Crural Overlay
36 Dome Division
37 Structural reconstruction in difficult secondary cases
38 Dorsum management and osteoplasty using hand instrument
39 Lateral Crural Steal (LCS)
40 Creating Adequate Projection with Closed Rhinoplasty
41 Dynamic Adjustable Rotational Tip Tensioning Technique (DART)
42 Tongue and Groove Technique for Nose Elongation
43 Tongue-in-Groove (TIG) Technique
44 Tip Rotating in a Droopy tip: Endonasal approach
45 Reductive Rhinoplasty
46 Cephalic Malpositioning: use of lateral crural strut graft
47 Cephalic Malpositioning: use of alar contouring grafts
48 Alar Preservation Rhinoplasty
49 Correction of the wide nasal base
50 Nasal Base Modification
50 Combined Alar Base Reduction
51 Lateral Crural Turn in Flap (preservation tip plasty)
52 Preservation Rhinoplasty (tip plasty)
52 Bidirectional Tensioning (preservation tip plasty)
53 K-Area Preservation in Primary Rhinoplasty
54 Dorsal preservation in rhinoplasty: A deviated nose
54 Middle Third Preservation with Bony Vault Impaction (push down)
55 Fat Grafting for Rhinoplasty
56 Medical Aesthetic Rhinoplasty – “Liquid Rhinoplasty”
57 Dorsal augmentation using glued diced costal cartilage with fascial cap in Asian nose
58 Preservation Rhinoplasty (tip plasty)
58 Indo-Aryan Nose
59 Middle Eastern Nose
59 Dorsal Letdown (preservation dorsal surgery)
60 Persian Nose
61 Latino Nose
62 Grecian Nose
63 Caucasus Nose
64 Russian Nose
65 Northern European Nose
66 English Nose
67 African-American Nose
68 Hispanic Nose
69 Brazilian Nose
70 Mixed Race Nose (Mestizo Nose)
71 Crooked nose: effective treatment strategies for bony contouring
72 Rhinoplasty in thick-skin patients
73 Rhinoplasty in aging nose
74 Cleft Nose Rhinoplasty
75 Simultaneous orthognathic and rhinoplasty surgery
76 Crooked nose: importance of lower third corrections
76 Management of the Ischemic Nose
77 Alar pinch deformity (APD)
78 CORRECTION OF THE PINCH DEFORMITY BY ALAR BATTEN GRAFT
79 Correction of Over Resection with Crushed Cartilage
80 Soft triangle nutching
80 Correcting the Over-Resected Nose
81 Correction of Over Resection with Non-Rib Cartilage Wrapped in Fascia
81 Correction of Over Resection with Fascia
82 Correction of Over Resection with Diced Cartilage Injection
83 Diced Cartilage Glue Graft for Nasal Augmentation
89 Correction of Over Resection with Cartilage Wrapped in Fascia
90 Correction by SEG
91 Correction by Tip Grafts

Details

No. of pages:
624
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Elsevier 2022
Published:
15th October 2021
Imprint:
Elsevier
Hardcover ISBN:
9780323697750

About the Authors

Husain Khan

Affiliations and Expertise

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, Georgia Oral and Facial Reconstructive Surgery, Alpharietta, Georgia

Foad Nahai

Affiliations and Expertise

Clinical Professor, Emory University Private Practice, Paces Plastic Surgery and Recovery Center, Atlanta, GA

James Frame

Affiliations and Expertise

Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Professor of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, Director of Cosmetic and Aesthetic Surgery, Springfield Hospital, Chelmsford, Essex, UK Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Professor of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, School of Medicine, Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford, Essex, UK

Shahrokh Bagheri

Dr. Bagheri is now part of a large group practice in Atlanta Georgia where he is involved with the residency training program at Emory University as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. Upon completing his residency and medical school training at Emory University, Bagheri entered a fellowship in craniomaxillofacial trauma and cosmetic surgery at Head and Neck Surgical Associates and Legacy Emanuel Hospital in Portland, Oregon. He is a board certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon, and he participates in both clinical and academic research within the specialty.

Affiliations and Expertise

Chief of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Northside Hospital, Atlanta and Forsyth, GA

Behnam Bohluli

Affiliations and Expertise

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada